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    Rebuilt system with new drive, fortunately I have the old drive still available. Where can I find normal.dot (especially the valued Quick Parts I had set up) and the corrections file/database so I don't have to start at ground zero again?

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    [quote name='Auggie' post='766711' date='22-Mar-2009 14:56']Rebuilt system with new drive, fortunately I have the old drive still available. Where can I find normal.dot (especially the valued Quick Parts I had set up) and the corrections file/database so I don't have to start at ground zero again?[/quote]
    Are you using XP or Vista?
    Pam Caswell

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    [quote name='Auggie' post='766711' date='23-Mar-2009 03:56']Rebuilt system with new drive, fortunately I have the old drive still available. Where can I find normal.dot (especially the valued Quick Parts I had set up) and the corrections file/database so I don't have to start at ground zero again?[/quote]
    For Windows XP and Word 2007, Normal.dot, Normal.dotm, and NormalEmail.dotm are located at
    %userprofile%\Application Data\Microsoft\Template
    For Document Parts/Fax, the templates are located:
    c:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\Document Parts\1033
    c:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Templates\1033\Fax

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    [quote name='PamCaswell' post='766713' date='22-Mar-2009 13:00']Are you using XP or Vista?[/quote]
    Sorry, I'm using XPsp3.

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    [quote name='Auggie' post='766768' date='23-Mar-2009 13:02']Sorry, I'm using XPsp3.[/quote]
    Then my reply isn't applicable to you. I'm sorry.
    Armstrong

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